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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

The Birthday Post

Yes, it’s my birthday today. I missed being a Valentine’s baby by 26 & 1/2 hours. I’d tell you what year I’m celebrating, but you wouldn’t believe me. Let’s just say I remember men walking on the moon for the very first time…

It’s a really busy week, too. Three speaking engagements, five clients, Valentine’s Day, and my birthday right in the middle. Guess every birthday can’t fall on a Saturday, right?

My mother’s birthday is in a couple weeks and I decided to make her a picture book with old photos. Since there’s nothing quite like embarrassing myself on my own birthday, thought I’d share a few of the photos I scanned. Hold all laughter and chortling until the end…

This is my father and I at the Oregon Coast. We're bundled, so probably summer. LOL

My mom and I at Yellowstone National Park.

I went to see the Mercury Cougar, and while you couldn't touch the big cat, I got to pet her cub.

Graduation day with my buddies Violet and Marlene!

Halloween with my best friend, Dale. No idea what I was supposed to be...

Okay now you may giggle and snort!

4 comments:

Patricia A. Timms said...

Happy belated birthday! Great pictures!

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Thanks Patricia!

walk2write said...

I remember that moon walk too. My Romanian grandpa was visiting us at the time, and he thought it was all make-believe. He knew about Hollywood but nothing about technological advances in the rest of the world. The Soviet Union didn't keep its people informed about the Space Race, at least not the Americans' progress in it.

Happy belated Birthday and a wish for many more!

Nicki Elson said...

Happy belated birthday! I hope you had fun amidst the craziness---good craziness. The pictures are fantastic. The cougar cub is too precious.